These guys damaged my car when i parked. They left without notifying me Will my insurance premiums increase because of this.
Probably not. I say probably because there are factors that may be considered including your claims history. Assuming you have a clean claims record then this not-at-fault accident should have no premium implications.See question
I was recently involved in an accident I was declared at fault for... My insurance sent me a letter saying the defendant is "demanding policy limits" I looked at the attached medical bills that her attorney sent, her bills are way under my policy ...
It seems you are confusing your no-fault coverage with the limits of your bodily injury coverage. Assuming the claimant was in her own vehicle, her policy will cover her medical expenses, not yours. She is looking to your policy for compensation for pain and suffering among other possible damages and in that regard, she can demand whatever she wants. She still has to prove its worth. Unless it turns out her injuries may be worth in excess of your coverage limits, let the insurance company handle it and don't stress too much.See question
I just concluded a Federal law suit. I want to collect all documents - depositions, evidence, judge's decision, settlement document etc... for my records... apart from getting this from my lawyer, where else are these records kept...where can I ge...
Your primary source is going to be your lawyer. You should also be able to get some records (court filings) on line.See question
We were in a car accident where we were sideswiped by a car on the wrong side of the road. Car was badly damaged, no one left in ambulance. (Two people were treated in ambulance on site) Driver and passenger were treated next day for neck/shoulder...
If you are going to attempt to amend the police report, you must do so as soon as possible. Usually you only have a limited window to make such changes. Get medical treatment if needed and speak with a personal injury attorney as soon as possible.See question
My son was assaulted while on the clock at McDonald's and then his assailants waited for him outside of the McDonald's and assaulted him again and cut his face.
A personal injury attorney and a worker's compensation attorney. Your son may have more than one remedy available to him so you should speak with an attorney as soon as possible.See question
I could no find the Supreme Court of the Turks and Caicos Islands' address. This is apparently where the application has to be mailed. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
This site is not intended to address these types in inquiries. This is not 411. Try: http://gov.tc/index.php/contactsSee question
Assuming that plaintiff received the full no fault amount from his insurance company, does the insurance carrier get the money back from losing defendant at the end of the personal injury case?
There are certain situations involving commercial vehicles where a right of subrogation exists between carriers. Beyond that, the carrier cannot look to the losing party for reimbursement.See question
Does plaintiff recover both amounts below and above serious injury limit in a civil case even after payment of no fault insurance?
A carrier's no-fault obligation and BI limits obligation have nothing to do with one another. The amount a no-fault carrier pay, as a matter of contract, has no bearing on a BI carriers exposure. The limits of the bodily injury coverage remain the same regardless of how much was paid in no-fault benefits.See question
Where is the driver supposed to collect from? How much from each policy is he allowed to recover?
Comp is primary and there is no compensation lien for the first 50,000.00 that no-fault might have otherwise been responsible for. Amounts paid over 50k (basic economic loss) is subject to lien by the compensation carrier.See question
Case of pedestrian hit by a car, a few days on life support then passed. Insurance co for the driver & owner of the car has offered to settle, paying the maximum of their clients policy's limit. No suite or action has been filed . We have the rel...
Whether or not an action has been filed has nothing to do with the need to have the settlement compromised by the court. How does the insurance company know who to issue the settlement check to? What's going to happen if a family member steps forward and demands a share of the settlement? There is a procedure for settling these matters so whatever you were told by the court offices, I would not necessarily rely on that advice.See question